In light of today’s continued pressure on corporate governance and the rate of change in legislation and the economic environment, the accuracy of your financial statements is imperative.

The role of your external auditor should go beyond that of statutory compliance and the verification of financial statements.  An effective external audit plays an integral role in the future success of your business by contributing directly to the management team’s decision making process, while minimising risks.

At William Buck, our audits are outcome orientated and are focussed on achieving the best results for your business.
Our professional team follows an audit plan tailored to the needs of your business focussing on its key value drivers and the areas which are most critical to its risk profile.  Our continuous audit process provides year round access allowing us to keep abreast of changes to your business and be on hand to assist with any queries.

Our unique approach allows us to make constructive and practical recommendations for immediate improvements in your operations, efficiency, accounting practices and financial position.

The early identification of risks also allows us to resolve issues early and ensure that there are no last minute surprises.

Working with William Buck

Our audit team is comprised of professionals who are at the forefront of legislative, compliance and financial reporting requirements.  This technical expertise is combined with the knowledge and experience of our firm’s industry specialists which is always on hand when required.

Our team is collaborative in its approach and where possible uses the work of an internal audit function to avoid duplications and maximise efficiency.

Each client is given a dedicated team of commercially minded, experienced professionals led by one of our partners.  Our partners make it their aim to ensure they are always accessible and respond quickly to queries and concerns.

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Small companies may become large as a result of additional assets recognised under the new lease standard

Posted By William Buck News on 11/01/2019 10:22:40 am

All Australian business leases will be subject to new accounting rules from January 1 2019, which could have significant impact on an entities overall financial…

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Update on Not-for-Profits accounting for peppercorn leases

Posted By William Buck News on 07/01/2019 10:29:56 am

On 24 December 2018 the AASB issued an amending standard AASB 2018-8 Amendments to Australian Accounting Standards – Right-of-Use Assets of Not-for-Profit Entities that provides…

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NFP accounting landscape set to change

Posted By William Buck News on 21/12/2018 10:30:37 am

The already complex accounting landscape for Not-for-Profits, is set to change beginning 1 January 2019, with the Accounting Standards Board  new income and revenue recognition…

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Festive fraudsters risk to businesses

Posted By William Buck News on 03/12/2018 03:05:19 am

While the Christmas holiday break is traditionally considered a time to unwind and reflect on the past year, it can also be one of the…

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